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Opportunities for Young Ornithologists Across the Country

3 April 2019 – If you're a teenager looking for ornithological adventure (or you know one), there are a number of amazing opportunities that you may want to look into being offered by Canadian Migration Monitoring Network bird observatories and other organizations across the country.

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The 2018 Young Ornithologists’ Workshop

24 September 2018 – Bird Studies Canada and Long Point Bird Observatory hosted six talented young naturalists for the 2018 Doug Tarry Young Ornithologists’ Workshop (YOW). This year’s participants included Linden Imeson (Waterloo, ON), Isaac Nelson (Kamloops, BC), Bridget Spencer (Vancouver, BC), Erik Van Den Kieboom (Owen Sound, ON), Eva Visscher (St. Thomas, ON), and Christopher Zayachkowski (Sault Ste. Marie, ON).

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Apply Now for the 2018 Young Ornithologists’ Workshop

12 February 2018 – Young birders between the ages of 13 and 17: want to deepen your skills, broaden your experience, and maybe pursue a bird-related career? You're invited to apply for a very special workshop.

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Congratulations, Young Ornithologists!

15 August 2017 – Bird Studies Canada and the Long Point Bird Observatory welcomed six enthusiastic young naturalists to our 2017 Doug Tarry Young Ornithologists’ Workshop. This year’s participants were: Logan Lalonde (Kelowna, BC), Nathan Hood (Cambridge, ON), Alessandra Wilcox (Burlington, ON), Madelaine Davies (Thorold, ON), Owen Ridgen (Toronto, ON), and Josiah Van Egmond (Winnipeg, MB).

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